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Album Review

Pita's follow-up to the critically acclaimed 1999 album Get Out came out in June 2002 under the title Get Down and in the suitable format of a lathe cut. Suitable because Peter Rehberg's art is of course rooted in the digital age; hence the quirky nod to a technology he ignores as a DJ. Surprisingly, this solo set really feels like a solo effort; it explores the artist's language more extensively, yet it sounds less crowded than some of his collaborations (like the Fenno'berg releases). Beautifully packaged in a sleeve drawn by Pita himself, Get Down offers nine slabs of digital noise. Some are sculpted into dynamic pieces, others sound a lot harsher and monolithic (close to Merzbow's digital phase). Does "We Don't Need No Music" have the power to become an anthem for the anti-dancefloor music fan? Not really, but it will force your ears open if they are not ready yet. At almost seven minutes in duration, "43353.rf" stands out as the most ambitious piece, rich in crackling textures and mood swings. The biggest surprise is found at the beginning of the flip side; "Acid Udon" has at its core a whooping Moog-like synthesizer sweep that gets bounced around and distorted. Things get short and fast-paced in this second half as Pita alternates harsh noise ("Fine Swex") and quirky tunes ("Iida Denki," the possible glitch reincarnation of a Perrey & Kingsley tune). Get Down is a short but very convincing album. ~ François Couture, Rovi

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some strong stuff from the man who does so much


Born: June 29, 1968 in London, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

One of the first artists to explore the style of "laptop techno" eventually tagged as glitch, producer Peter Rehberg joined the Mego collective in late 1994, shortly after Ramon Bauer, Peter Meininger, and Andreas Pieper started the Vienna-based label, and eventually ran it. Employing the moniker Pita, Rehberg collaborated with General Magic (Bauer and Pieper) for the first release in Mego's catalog, the Fridge Trax 12", released in early 1995. Rehberg's first solo release as Pita, the Seven Tons...
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